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to the tune of over 2 million who have served in iraq and afghanistan and over 2 million making us proud. as we take of this debate in terms of our future and in particular with respect to defense, i have said many times the thing we need to get right to ensure our military is in good shape for the future is to make sure we get it right for our people and their families. that is not just a cost or a budget item. that is the strength of who we are as a military. as a military, having fought two wars, we have a pretty healthy discussion about what that means coming out of these wars even as we had 70,000 still exposed today in afghanistan. what that means to us as a country and in military as we look forward to the security requirements which seem to always be there that will challenge us both here at home as well as globally around the world. thank you again for the opportunity to speak to these critical issues. they touched the core of our future as a nation which must be sustained. i also begrudgingly look forward to your questions. [laughter] >> thank you very much, admiral mullen. [ap
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